June 10

US Census

Dear Parent(s),

Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads, and other resources based on census data.

For a better future of our city, schools, and students , please click on the link now and fill out the census. It only takes a few minutes from your time to make a difference.

Complete the Census application here: http://my2020census.gov/


Mrs. Masiarczyk

June 9

End of Year Parade

 Hello Geer Park Families,

As we wrap up the school year, the Geer Park Team would like to say farewell and happy summer to all our students. On Thursday, June 11th,  we will be having an “End of Year” (car ) parade for all families from 1-2pm. Beginning at 1:00 pm, our team will be standing in front of the school to wave goodbye to our students.

We ask that everyone begins the drive Eastbound on Prospect as you pass the school.

There will be no stopping, but a continuous flow of traffic to accommodate all families as we wave goodbye. We hope to see you there!

May 31

Week of June 1st

Hello everyone,

I’d like to start out by saying that I am so proud of all of you who are working hard at staying fit and active. Keep it going! We are nearing the end of the school year. There is not much time left, you can still submit. Look to the top right corner and click on the fitness log and tell me what you are doing to stay active.

Your classroom teacher has posted my weekly lesson. For additional fun activities, click on the Elementary PE Ideas and Resource blog on this page under Friends and Links.

April 27

Did you fill out the fitness log?

You are responsible for filling out the fitness log weekly. Your participation is important not only for your health but for your grade as well. Do at least two logs a week. The log is on the top right corner of this blog.

Weekly lessons for all special area teachers are on one document and is posted on your classroom teachers platform (where your teacher posts assignment).

Don’t forget to check the new activities on Dearborns PE blog.


April 13

New Elementary PE Ideas & Resources


I am adding a link of the new Elementary P.E. Ideas and Resource Blog. This blog will be continually updated by our P.E. Department Head and our Dearborn Elementary P.E Teachers throughout the rest of the remote learning school year. It will have a variety of fitness ideas and resources for students to use to stay healthy and have fun while they are learning from home. Please check-in to this new blog on a weekly basis.

Take care and stay safe!


March 19

Workout and Fitness Activities from Home


I’m adding a link below that contains a variety of fun and easy activities you can use to stay active while your at home. Please try them out when your taking a brain break during your remote learning or for something fun for you and your and family to do together. Have fun and stay active while your at home!

Please email me a picture of You working out or doing a challenge. Email:masiarm@dearbornschools.org

Click on the link below:

Workout and Fitness Activities from Home

March 19

Dearborn Elementary Fitness Test Grading Criteria

I’m attaching our Dearborn Elementary Fitness Test Criteria below. This can be used as a way to assess your physical fitness level while you’re at home. These skills could be practiced at the end of each week to see what level you’re at. If you don’t meet the level you want, that’s ok. Just keep working and your will eventually reach your desired level. Just keep exercising and having fun on a daily basis!

Click on link below:

Dearborn Elementary Fitness Test Grading